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Basic information about Bled
The Municipality of Bled (Slovene: Občina Bled) is a municipality in northwestern Slovenia in the Upper Carniola region. The seat of the municipality is the town of Bled, located on the shores of Lake Bled. The area is a popular tourist destination. The Municipality of Bled was established in October 1994. It was greatly reduced in size with the establishment of the Municipality of Gorje in June 2006, because it has retained only 38% of its previous territory.
Cities, towns & villages in Bled
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Blejska DobravaBlejska Dobrava (pronounced [ˈbleːi̯ska dɔˈbɾaːʋa]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Jesenice, in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. It is one of the oldest villages in the area, attested from the 12th century, and is located at the base of the Mežakla Plateau, on a series of river terraces between the right bank of the Sava Dolinka and the Radovna River as it exits the Vintgar Gorge. Its name (literally, 'Bled Dobrava') reflects its original connection to the nearby town of Bled. Show Blejska Dobravaon the map
Bohinjska BelaBohinjska Bela (pronounced [bɔˈxiːnska ˈbeːla]) is a village in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Bohinjska Bela lies on the left bank of the Sava Bohinjka River, southwest of Bled. The oldest part of the settlement, locally known as Spodnja vas or Dolenja vas ('lower village'), is believed to be over a thousand years old. The 16th-century church of Margaret the Virgin is in this part of the village. The main part of the village is known as Zgornja vas or Gorenja vas ('upper village'). The train and bus stations are in the smallest part of the village, known locally as Podklanec. Show Bohinjska Belaon the map
BodeščeBodešče (pronounced is a village on the left bank of the Sava Bohinjka River in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. The village church is dedicated to Saint Leonard and was allegedly built on the site of an ancient fort. The church has a covered porch, a square nave, and a narrow Gothic star-vaulted presbytery, dating to the mid-15th century. The church tower has an onion-shaped Baroque wooden crown. Show Bodeščeon the map
BledBled (pronounced [ˈbleːt]; German: Veldes, in older sources also Feldes) is a town on Lake Bled in the Upper Carniolan region of northwestern Slovenia. It is the administrative seat of the Municipality of Bled. It is most notable as a popular tourist destination in the Upper Carniola region and in Slovenia as whole, attracting visitors from abroad too. Show Bledon the map
RibnoRibno (pronounced [ˈɾiːbnɔ]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. The parish church in the village is dedicated to Saint James. It was originally a Gothic church with some frescos remaining in the presbytery, but it was greatly rebuilt and reconstructed in the late 19th century. Show Ribnoon the map
PodhomPodhom (pronounced [ˈpoːtxɔm]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Gorje in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. In addition to the main settlement, it also consists of the hamlets of Spodnji Graben, Gabrce, Vintgar, and Vršce to the west. Show Podhomon the map
KupljenikKupljenik (pronounced [kuˈpljeːnik]) is a village in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. The village church is dedicated to Saint Stephen. Show Kupljenikon the map
SlamnikiSlamniki (pronounced [ˈslaːmniki]) is a small settlement above Bohinjska Bela in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Slamnikion the map
Selo pri BleduSelo pri Bledu (pronounced [ˈsɛːlɔ pɾi ˈbleːdu]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Selo pri Bleduon the map
KoritnoKoritno (pronounced [kɔˈɾiːtnɔ]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Koritnoon the map
ObrneObrne (pronounced [ˈoːbəɾnɛ]) is a settlement in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. Show Obrneon the map
ZasipZasip (pronounced [ˈzaːsip]; German: Asp) is a village in the Municipality of Bled in the Upper Carniola region of northwestern Slovenia. Show Zasipon the map
States, regions, administrative units in Bled
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Občina BledThe Municipality of Bled (pronounced [ˈbleːt]; Slovene: Občina Bled) is a municipality in northwestern Slovenia in the Upper Carniola region. The seat of the municipality is the town of Bled, located on the shores of Lake Bled. The area is a popular tourist destination. The Municipality of Bled was established in October 1994. It was greatly reduced in size with the establishment of the Municipality of Gorje in June 2006, because it has retained only 38% of its previous territory.Show on map
Lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water in Bled
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Blejsko JezeroLake Bled (Slovene: Blejsko jezero; German: Bleder See, Veldeser See) is a lake in the Julian Alps of the Upper Carniolan region of northwestern Slovenia, where it adjoins the town of Bled. The area is a tourist destination. The lake is 35 km (22 mi) from Ljubljana International Airport and 55 km (34 mi) from the capital city, Ljubljana.Show on map
Mountains, roads, land forms, forests and other objects in Bled
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VintgarThe Vintgar Gorge (Slovene: soteska Vintgar) or Bled Gorge (Blejski vintgar) is a 1.6-kilometer (0.99 mi) gorge in northwestern Slovenia in the municipalities of Gorje and Bled, four kilometers northwest of Bled. Carved by the Radovna River, it is the continuation of the Radovna Valley. The sheer canyon walls are 50 to 100 meters (160 to 330 ft) high, with a total slope measuring about 250 m (820 ft). The stream has created many erosive features such as pools and rapids, and terminates in the picturesque 13 m (43 ft) Šum Falls (literally, 'noisy falls'), the largest river waterfall in Slovenia. As the first mountain gorge in the area to be made accessible to tourists, the word vintgar has been generalized in Slovene to refer to other scenic, protected gorges, e.g. the Iška Gorge (Iški vintShow on map